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Yesterday I had a terrible experience at the Army Hospital in Udon Thani and I need urgent advice as I am going crazy just sitting here thinking about it.OK--- 4 days ago I went to see Doctor with ear problem.He told me to take certain medication and come back on Monday (yesterday).This where the trouble started.I arrived at the Hospital at 0730 was told to come back at 0900.About 0930 I was shown in to the Doctors office(a different Doctor) and he immediately refused to come near me and I was at first confused but it would appear that he was frightened of this Covid19 problem we have in Thailand and he puts the blame on Farang !!!!!I Started to protest but was escorted out by a couple of nurses and I had to go elsewhere to get my treatment.I have been quietly fuming at home all night and dont know what to do.It has been suggested that i should just forget about it or it will end up me being in more trouble.Is that it ????

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4 minutes ago, biplanebluey said:

was shown in to the Doctors office(a different Doctor) and he immediately refused to come near me and I was at first confused but it would

You most probably, have not told us the whole story.

 

How's your ear now?

 

There's an ent Doc near Nong Prajak, just next door to the massage shop.

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No I can assure you there is nothing left out in my report and NO i have not got bad breath or body odour !!!!!!!

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16 minutes ago, faraday said:

You most probably, have not told us the whole story.

 

How's your ear now?

 

There's an ent Doc near Nong Prajak, just next door to the massage shop.

What I have told is the full account and as I have said I am very upset at the treatment I got.I did find with the help of a Thai friend that guy in Nong Prajak,and he flushed the wax out and all is ok 

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20 minutes ago, faraday said:

You most probably, have not told us the whole story.

 

How's your ear now?

 

There's an ent Doc near Nong Prajak, just next door to the massage shop.

Not sure what else I can say.I was shown into the Doctors office and he said something to the nurse and another nurse came in and I was asked to leave.I w2asnt sure what was happening but they escorted me out------ thats it !!!!!

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To add, do you have an overall unkempt look about you?

Messy, fat, hair unkempt, scruffy beard, stained Chang tank top and cargo shorts with a big belly?

Possibly a profile of people with with an overall appearance that do not take care of themselves and could have underlying conditions or candidates for infection.

 

In any event, Falang now lead the world by far in Covid infections.  So, the fear in the mind of some here 

may well be justified.

 

I would forget about it and move on.

 

 

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I can believe it happened just like OP says, and I can also believe there might be more to the story.

 

I see it personally all the time. Thais with their masks on their chin til ole farang walks near, then up goes the mask. 

 

OP Just go to another doctor. 

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Yeah, these 'out in the stick' guys are scared of being infected, and are irrational when confronted by a non-Thai seeking medical assistance. The power of media e.g. TV broadcasts, should not be underrated - focusing on infected visitors from outside Thailand as carriers. Brain-washing the population.

 

Add to that the xenophobic attitude towards foreigners, and it's inevitable that any hospital visitor  - in today's world - could be treated as a rabid interloper on Covid 19 death's door, and escorted off the premises. 

 

Happy for you that your ears were juiced out and unblocked, because you cannot change Thai behaviour,  it's ingrained in their pysche.  

 

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17 minutes ago, stephenterry said:

Yeah, these 'out in the stick' guys are scared of being infected, and are irrational when confronted by a non-Thai seeking medical assistance. The power of media e.g. TV broadcasts, should not be underrated - focusing on infected visitors from outside Thailand as carriers. Brain-washing the population.

 

Add to that the xenophobic attitude towards foreigners, and it's inevitable that any hospital visitor  - in today's world - could be treated as a rabid interloper on Covid 19 death's door, and escorted off the premises. 

 

Happy for you that your ears were juiced out and unblocked, because you cannot change Thai behaviour,  it's ingrained in their pysche.  

 

These idiots think we just flew in yesterday ,loaded with disease.

They are not even aware that we are locked here with them for months and no more likely to be carriers than themselves.

 

 

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1 hour ago, biplanebluey said:

Not sure what else I can say.I was shown into the Doctors office and he said something to the nurse and another nurse came in and I was asked to leave.I w2asnt sure what was happening but they escorted me out------ thats it !!!!!

Well mate, you can blame that clown Anutin for your problem.

He was the one who started this nonsense about farangs being to blame for bringing the virus.

Myself usually visit the local hospital every 3 weeks, but have not been there since early february, due to the virus.

I have a nurse visiting me at home, to change my catheter, so have not had any problems regarding not treating farangs.

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